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The countryside shows off rural England at its most gentle. The pub is also charming and a great place for a meal after a pleasant walk.
A doggy delight close to the South Downs. A pub so good that it was moved from its original position to make room for a railway line and rebuilt brick by brick.
Biggleswade North Roundabout
Warm and dog-friendly country inn, with more-ish food and a dog walk from the door.
A welcoming Georgian inn where dogs are made comfortable in the bar. The village is not at all far from the A515 but it feels as if you've landed in a previous century here.
An interestingly post-feudal village, with the church, the pub and the big house neatly placed together. A good walk runs through the estate.
Quaint little tearoom with riverside seating and an outstandingly confident cat in full control of the establishment!
A fine place to take a break from driving and discover some dog walking magic, with a fine dog-friendly pub as well.
A dog-friendly pub in a traditional sandstone Cumbrian village in the shadow of Scarrowmanwick Fell. There is a good dog walk just around the corner too.
Very welcoming country inn with dog-friendly B&B rooms. It's quite remote and ideal as a base for exploring the North Yorkshire moors.
First up, dogs aren't allowed inside because there just isn't room for them. But dogs are welcome in the garden and there is some shelter there from the elements.
A mega-popular weekend leisure spot at the end of a peninsula with a dog-friendly cafe and tiny beach. Telescope and topograph for keen sea-spotters.
This is a wonderfully busy little market town, with a number of cafes as well as dog-friendly pubs and a thriving atmosphere. I'd not heard of it before, but what a great place for a weekend away.